Town’s last game at Leeds Road was on 30 April 1994
- Town’s last match at Leeds Road was 27 years ago on this day
- Terriers beat Blackpool 2-1 in the last game at Leeds Road
- Supporters send in memories of Leeds Road
It’s been 27 years since Huddersfield Town’s last match at Leeds Road and supporters have been sending in their memories reminiscing about the time at the old Stadium.
On 30 April 1994, 16,195 people flocked to the stands to watch the Terriers’ final ever home game at Leeds Road.
Town beat Blackpool 2-1 at home thanks to goals from Simon Baldry and Phil Starbuck.
As we look back on this historical moment in the Club’s history, we are delighted to collaborate with illustrator Peter O’Toole to release a new and exclusive line of Town Legends Series merchandise!
The artwork, which is a unique visual design of various Huddersfield Town Legends, will be available to order in the form of T-Shirts and Mugs, starting with Leeds Road legends!
These products will be available to purchase on shop.htafc.com on Wednesday 5 May 2021!
The T-shirts will be priced at £15.
The Mugs will also be available to order at just £8.
To purchase this new and exclusive merchandise on release, head over to the Club shop by CLICKING HERE!
Here’s some of our supporters’ memories.
• Running round terrace more interested in crisps from snack bar than game— Chris Rowan (@RowanChris) April 30, 2020
• Young Terriers before game at leisure ctre then bus to ground
• Seeing ground lit up down Halifax Old Road from Ainley Top
• Ancient magic of the place
• Players Bar like an old pub
• & more!
Remember it well. My brother and I were pictured in the paper after match inadvertently stood over the 'End' section of the Endsleigh League advertising. pic.twitter.com/1l69aLaPTk— Dan (@GingerOgre) April 30, 2020
So many. A favourite is Carlisle that season in Autoglass, crowd surged on the Terrace when Starbuck scored and sent me and my Dad flying, I didn't actually find him again until the final whistle had blown.— Matt Smith (@maff_smithy) April 30, 2020
Walking to each end of the terrace depending on which way town were shooting. In the Cowshed when it was packed and in full song. Happy memories. Utt— Wayne Gallagher (@thesource65) April 30, 2020
Beating Arsenal 2-1 in their double winning season was pretty special, as was the 4-2 defeat of West Ham in the 1972 FA, not least because it was so long since we had scored a goal!— Quelpanama (@Quelpanama) April 30, 2020
End of an era🥳— Danny Gubbini (@dannygubbini) April 30, 2020
Couldn’t wait to move over the road into the unbelievable new stadium that we had watched spring up though👍 pic.twitter.com/bs5Fb3wz5e
Waiting for the away team’s bus to arrive with my dad... standing in the queue for pies and catching a glimpse of the pitch... wonderful memories.— G Scott (@the_pennine_way) April 30, 2020
First game was with my grandad and we changed ends at half time 😬 he bought us a Marathon each and we left before the end to beat the rush.. happy days— Mat Newton (@matnewts) April 30, 2020
Celebrating the winning goal on my dads shoulders pic.twitter.com/47INNlebNw— Nick Berry (@nick_berry24) April 30, 2020
Supporters' memories have also been flooding in on Facebook! Check out some of the fantastic replies to this post!